Written by Don Mathis on Dec 14 2016 - 10:41pm
San Antonio prides itself on holiday lights. Some people don’t even take their Christmas lights down after the new year. They just flick a switch when the next Christmas rolls around to celebrate another season of holiday cheer.  
Written by Morgans Wonderland on Apr 6 2016 - 2:40pm
Thirty-six students with special needs from The Academy at Morgan’s Wonderland – each with an accompanying “buddy” – will model the latest fashions at the “Hand in Hand: A Night on the Runway” benefit from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16, at the Morgan’s Wonderland Event Center, 5223 David Edwards Drive. The Academy serves students with special needs ages 12 through 24 and prepares them for life and work.  Models from The Academy student body will be partnered with “buddy” students from TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas.
Written by Morgans Wonderland on Apr 16 2013 - 11:40am
STRAPS (South Texas Regional Adaptive and Paralympic Soccer) is seeking visually impaired athletes to form a team for goalball, a competitive sport similar to soccer that’s played three-against-three indoors on a gym floor. “There are two teams, one on each end of a 60- by 40-foot court,” said Wendy Gumbert, STRAPS sports director.  “Because of varying levels of sight among players, all are blindfolded to make the game fair.  The objective is to roll a three-pound goalball, similar to a heavy basketball, past the opposing team, which is trying to block the ball.”